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|Description ||The southern edge of Trencrom hillfort is defined by this natural outcrop of granite. There is a modern entrance in this wall, where the path leads up from the National Trust car park below. This view is looking roughly southwest.|
|Thanks for these photos of Trencrom Jim. I'm hoping the weather will be kind to me later this month when I've got a short break at Hayle, and am planning to visit this one for the first time.|
|Trencrom is excellent - and thankfully I've always been there in good weather. Couldn't find the well up here on the summit, despite looking hard - theres a photo here on the portal by Mawnanian. There's also the Giant's Well on the eastern slope which we didn't go looking for because of dense bracken and warning signs about mineshafts. Hope you enjoy it!|
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